September 2009

5 Ways to Win the Race to Retirement

Investing

    Runners, take your marks! Your heart pounds as you anxiously await the starting gun. With your fingers touching the ground, you get your legs in position ready to spring out of the gate. You’re ready for the race of your life. You hear the sound of the gun and get a good jump! Your […]

Ageless Moneybags

True Wealth

I came across Luke 12:32-34 this week, which talks about true treasure and uses the word moneybags, which I think is cool. In our day, moneybags has come to describe someone who is extravagantly wealthy (think: Rich Uncle Moneybags from Monopoly), but back in the day it was simply a bag for carrying your money. Take […]

Friday Finance Round Up – September 25, 2009

Round Ups

This week’s Round Up includes a Retirement Readiness Quiz, an explanation of the Cash For Appliance program, a look at whether a college education is worth the investment, a video visual explaining the economic crisis and a post to a popular question: should you pay off your debt or invest?

5 Money Lessons to Learn Early On

Debt

  If you haven’t yet, consider staying current with Redeeming Riches by receiving my posts FREE through email or RSS Feeds here.  Also, follow me on Twitter here.   If I knew then what I know now – surely I would’ve done things differently! Every hear those words before? Every say them!? I catch myself saying them […]

Warning: TV May Be Ruining Your Financial Health!

Miscellaneous

  If you haven’t yet, consider staying current with Redeeming Riches by receiving my posts FREE through email or RSS Feeds here.  Also, follow me on Twitter here.   Find out what people want and give it to them! This is a well known phrase used in marketing and advertising.  It says that you get people […]

Friday Finance Round Up – September 18, 2009

Round Ups

This week’s Round Up includes posts on whether we might be heading for a double dip recession, the comparison of college debt to what grads make starting out, a hilarious parody song called The Government Can, an intriguing look at balancing the federal budget with a mandatory gorilla and a look at the REAL costs of owning a wireless keyboard and mouse.

How to Save (Potentially) Thousands by Spending $3.99

Credit Cards

If you like what you read, consider staying current with Redeeming Riches by receiving my posts FREE through email or RSS Feeds here.  Also, follow me on Twitter here. You gotta spend money to make money! Every hear those words before?  Typically they’re said by a business owner or a company that spends money trying to grow the […]

Do You Make These 4 Common 401k Mistakes?

Personal Finance

We all make mistakes – some of them are just more costly than others. When it comes to our retirement savings there’s a host of mistakes that could cost you. Because companies are shifting the responsibility of retirement on the employees, it’s vital to correct any of these mistakes as quickly as you can. 1. Bad […]

Miracle of Adoption

True Wealth

This is a special weekend for us as we celebrate our daughter’s Adoption Day!

Friday Finance Round Up – September 11, 2009

Round Ups

This week’s Round Up includes articles on speeding up your PC instead of buying a new one, clever substitutions to save money, retirement as an entitlement and going green gone wrong.

Why Slaying This Monster Will Help You Get Ahead

Personal Finance

If you want to start making BIG strides with your finances, killing this monster is your first step.

The ONE Thing You Must Do to Reach Your Financial Goals

Personal Finance

This one thing is the difference between your success or failure when it comes to reaching your goals.